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Sony PlayStation 3 console technical details

Posted on Sunday, April 16 2006 @ 07:38:23 CEST by


PS3 Portal has some more information on the PlayStation 3 console.
In the case of the PS3 this equates to 12.5% of the available Cores on the CPU always reserved, an additional 12.5% sometimes taken by the OS, 12.5% of the available RSX memory and 25% of XDR Cell memory. Balancing these out, one could argue that Sony has removed up to 25% of the available CPU power and 18.75% of RAM for these features as well as others that are not mentioned here or will be added in future updates to the PS3 Operation System.
You can read it over here.


 



 

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